Letter from Diarmid Coffey to P.J. McGarvey, Moneymore Batalion, Lissain [Lissan] Company, informing him that his company has been moved to the Derry regiment of the Irish National Volunteers, in the event of conscription Coffey states that it is more likely the Irish Volunteers will be enlisted than the Irish National Volunteers,
1915 Jun. 1.
|Main Creator:||Coffey, Diarmid, 1888-1964|
Coffey lists other Derry companies, with names of who to contact.
Inscribed on headed paper "Óglaigh na h-éireann.-Irish Volunteers. / Inspector General's Office, / 16 Sth. Frederick Street, / Dublin.", Irish Volunteers and 16 Sth. Frederick Street are crossed out.
Physical description: 1 item (2 pages).